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Someone to Love

Someone to Love

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CHERYL HOLT delivers the first novel in her new and exciting “Lost Girls” trilogy.

As a tiny girl, Libby Carstairs was found by navy sailors on a deserted island in the Caribbean. She was all alone and had no memory of her past or parents. Who is she?  And what happened to leave her stranded so far from home? After she was returned to England, her situation was sensationalized in the newspapers, which meant she’s enjoyed a life of public acclaim.  Due to her unconventional history, she’s very different from other young ladies and has no desire to ever be ordinary.

Luke Watson had an exciting career in the navy, but on his brother’s death, he’s come home to assume his role as Earl of Barrett. His brother, with his repeated scandals, ran the family’s reputation and estate into the ground, and Luke is determined to repair all that’s been destroyed by exhibiting stellar moral behavior at all times. He will wed the perfect aristocratic girl, settle down to a tedious country existence, and try to be content.

But when he meets Libby, sparks fly and passion ignites. She’s the complete opposite of the woman he thought he wanted in his life, but she just might be exactly who he needs…

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Lost forever…finally found…

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“SOMEONE TO LOVE is the first book in Cheryl Holt’s new trilogy. What an exciting start it is!” ~Georgina, The Reading Cafe

“Plot twists and turns will have you on the edge of your seat!” ~ Georgina, The Reading Cafe

I finished SOMEONE TO LOVE this morning, and I can tell you that I really liked it.  Libby reminded me of Evangeline [from WONDERFUL].  She was beautiful, sweet, larger than life, and people were drawn to her like a moth to a flame.  And I think what she wanted most of all was to be truly loved… and to have a family.

Luke was a good bit like Aaron [from WONDERFUL] to me, when it came to falling in love with Libby.  At first, he thought he was just infatuated with Libby, and he did not want to admit that he was indeed in love with her because he was merely thinking of the title and marrying a girl for her dowry.

Simon Falcon was a scoundrel but there was something really likeable about him.  He started his thing with Penny Pendleton as a way to simply get money, but along the way genuinely seemed to fall for her.

Penny was really a likeable character as well.  At first she was fairly naive, but seemingly just being around Libby for a short time…helped her find her voice and her backbone.  We also saw that she is more like her father when he was younger than he probably was comfortable with.  From the conversation that Penny and Simon had before they ran off to Scotland, I don’t know if Penny will be the one that will make Simon walk the straight and narrow, or if she will have him teach her how to assist him in his swindles (I’m leaning toward the latter).

I think that Fish fell in love with Charles all those years ago, and when he broke it off she decided to tuck her heart away and be practical.  She gave men her body, but she kept her heart tucked away.  When she, Simon, and Libby go to Roland, and she reconnects with Charles, the feelings were still there, but she was also guided by what she’s learned about men.

Charles, Lord Roland, had been checked out and almost sleepwalking for the last 20 years.  He had also come to terms with the fact that his daughter, Little Henrietta, was gone and he would never see her again.  It seemed to me that Fish woke Charles up after he’d been “sleeping” for so long.

Then we come to Millicent, who had let herself live a fantasy for about 15 years.  She saw Libby and Fish as threats to her fantasy.

Really liked SOMEONE TO LOVE and this evening I will start SOMEONE TO CHERISH.
~ Susan…

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“SOMEONE TO LOVE is the first book in Cheryl Holt’s new trilogy. What an exciting start it is!” ~Georgina, The Reading Cafe

“Plot twists and turns will have you on the edge of your seat!” ~ Georgina, The Reading Cafe

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I finished SOMEONE TO LOVE this morning, and I can tell you that I really liked it.  Libby reminded me of Evangeline [from WONDERFUL].  She was beautiful, sweet, larger than life, and people were drawn to her like a moth to a flame.  And I think what she wanted most of all was to be truly loved… and to have a family.

Luke was a good bit like Aaron [from WONDERFUL] to me, when it came to falling in love with Libby.  At first, he thought he was just infatuated with Libby, and he did not want to admit that he was indeed in love with her because he was merely thinking of the title and marrying a girl for her dowry.

Simon Falcon was a scoundrel but there was something really likeable about him.  He started his thing with Penny Pendleton as a way to simply get money, but along the way genuinely seemed to fall for her.

Penny was really a likeable character as well.  At first she was fairly naive, but seemingly just being around Libby for a short time…helped her find her voice and her backbone.  We also saw that she is more like her father when he was younger than he probably was comfortable with.  From the conversation that Penny and Simon had before they ran off to Scotland, I don’t know if Penny will be the one that will make Simon walk the straight and narrow, or if she will have him teach her how to assist him in his swindles (I’m leaning toward the latter).

I think that Fish fell in love with Charles all those years ago, and when he broke it off she decided to tuck her heart away and be practical.  She gave men her body, but she kept her heart tucked away.  When she, Simon, and Libby go to Roland, and she reconnects with Charles, the feelings were still there, but she was also guided by what she’s learned about men.

Charles, Lord Roland, had been checked out and almost sleepwalking for the last 20 years.  He had also come to terms with the fact that his daughter, Little Henrietta, was gone and he would never see her again.  It seemed to me that Fish woke Charles up after he’d been “sleeping” for so long.

Then we come to Millicent, who had let herself live a fantasy for about 15 years.  She saw Libby and Fish as threats to her fantasy.

Really liked SOMEONE TO LOVE and this evening I will start SOMEONE TO CHERISH.
~ Susan…

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